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Evil Dead 4K 2013 EXTENDED

Evil Dead 4K 2013 EXTENDED

USA     Movies / Horror 4K
Fede Alvarez
Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Jessica Lucas, Lou Taylor Pucci, Elizabeth Blackmore, Phoenix Connolly, Jim McLarty, Sian Davis, Stephen Butterworth, Karl Willetts, Randal Wilson, Rupert Degas, Bob Dorian, Ellen Sandweiss, Inca, Bruce Campbell, Jack Walley.
IMDB 6.5
File Size: 48.05 GB
Film Description
A young woman, Mia, trying to get rid of her drug addiction, goes with her brother and a group of friends to a house in the woods. The company finds the Book of the Dead and decides to read it aloud, with dire consequences.

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Now it's very difficult to get a good film made; an even greater difficulty is getting audiences to appreciate it. When a viewer hears about the development of a new version of a previously released film, he is already genetically inclined to view it negatively, because over the past couple of decades successful and really worthwhile remakes can be counted on the fingers of one hand. This dismissive attitude of the creators of new projects to the original is based only on commercialism, of course, and on the lack of new ideas, so skepticism is in our blood. Sam Raimi's iconic "Evil Dead" trilogy is loved and respected by horror fans, constantly revisited, and the fan base is growing and growing. When the first news of the remake came out, every single person was horrified by the news, because it wasn't that long ago that Bayer's A Nightmare on Elm Street was released, which failed miserably and proved once again that cult genre classics are sacrosanct and should not be touched.

What is happening now is unique, after the release of the trailer many fans of the 1981 film of the same name gave it hope, throwing all their pride far and wide, many fans of the horror genre and just lovers of tickling the nerves have joined this number. We have, perhaps, almost the most anticipated remake of the last ten years or so. Faith in this project was taken from the fact that Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi, Robert J. Teipert (the creators of the original) act here as producers. Development of the new film was entrusted to little-known director Federico Alvarez, but Raimi was still overseeing the filming process. Alvarez's feature debut turned out to be very memorable and successful, as a result we have one of the most terrifying films in our memory.

A group of friends goes to a godforsaken and old cabin to try to cure Mia of drug addiction, because the next overdose she will not recover. Upon arrival there, the five travelers feel a friendly solidarity, and decide to hold the girl until the end of withdrawal, though they feel a chill and shiver on the body from the area. Then, by chance, they turn their attention to a rotten basement, where equally rotten pets hang and an unclean black book is located. Curiosity played a prominent role, and within hours it was unsealed and examined by Eric, who also read the ancient writings that awakened the otherworldly forces of evil. All members of the vacationing cronies, including Mia's brother, begin to notice her strange behavior and crazy antics, but attribute it all to an unwillingness to do a course of treatment before she is completely cured of temptation before taking another dose.

The charming protagonist still has pieces of herself, with this side she tries her best to convince them to leave, but the monster lurking inside her makes itself known and infects everyone one by one, instilling terror into the surviving comrades in misfortune. As the final finale approaches, almost the entire instrumental arsenal will be demonstrated in action, slicing through various body parts. This remake retained the original ideas of the original source material, and even embellished it, showing the full result of not only the well executed work of project manager Alvarez, but also the perfect picture: the camerawork, retaining the conservatism of the '81 film and complementing it with modern visual treatments, which here, incidentally, were used to a minimum to make everything look most realistic and terrifying. He noted that if audiences supported it at the box office, the already slated sequel would be even more stunning. What better way to make a director respect the film on which his film is based!

The actors play unknowns, but the way they show the impostures, portray horror and disgust, scare the viewer and mess with his nerves, reveals above all their personal interest in this project. They put an incredible amount of makeup on everyone, making them look like walking, raging evil forces, the dead. You can't say they handled it perfectly, but I think that's the opposite of what was intended. You won't be satisfied with all the charms of horror at first while watching it, but the closer the end comes, the more you'll want to go back to the beginning and watch it all over again. It's unrealistic to remember all the horrifying delights as they alternate one after another, and you only experience the euphoria of what's shown on screen and before you can get enough of it, everything fades into the background before a new encounter with evil. Jane Levy, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas, Elizabeth Blackmore played memorably and were fun to watch.

Based on the above, we can conclude that after many years of silence in the horror genre, this project shoots out in a spectacular way, and explodes fireworks in the sky, forcing the viewer to enjoy not only watching everything that happens, but also waiting for the next salvo. Heaps of brutal dismemberment, streams of blood and thickly populated evil bushes - this is something viewers will appreciate, the main thing is for the faint-hearted girls to refuse to watch. I always thought the well girl effect ("The Call") couldn't be beaten, and after watching that pedestal was taken by Levy's heroine with the basement scenes. Yes, and filmed in the spirit of horror movies of the last century: the haunting music, the specificity of the shooting and the credits with the title picture. "Evil Dead: Black Book" is a powerful machine that drives in the right direction, and one that could get even more powerful.

Info Blu-ray
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (64.7 Mb/s)
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

English, English SDH.

Info Blu-ray
File size: 48.05 GB
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